Registration for this year’s session of the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues is now open!
Next week, The Implementation Project (TIP) in partnership with the Walter H. Capps Center for the Study of Ethics, Religion, and Public Life at the University of California, Santa Barbara, will hold discussions with Native Hawaiian cultural practitioners, leaders, experts,
In August 2018, the Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (“EMRIP”) presented a study on free, prior and informed consent through the context of human rights to the United Nations General Assembly. This study was conducted pursuant to
Since 1995, the United Nations has designated August 9th as the annual International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. The day marks an occasion to celebrate, raise awareness about, and help to protect and promote the rights of indigenous peoples
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation’s Statement on the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
This study outlines international and regional standards on indigenous peoples’ rights to language and culture, describes the relationship between indigenous cultures and languages to their self-determination and rights to their lands, territories and resources and analyses indigenous peoples’ languages and
The Conference Report from the Project’s March 2019 gathering, is now available in the CU Law Review in February 2020 (Volume 91, Issue 2). March 15–16, 2019CONFERENCE REPORT A Call to Action for Inspired Advocacy in Indian Country Table of
Indigenous peoples live in all regions of the world and own, occupy or use some 22% of global land area. Numbering at least 370-500 million, indigenous peoples represent the greater part of the world’s cultural diversity, and have created and